I like the concept behind Kongregate It is a site with many small flash-based games. The site shares ad revenues with the developers. As I use more and more rapid development e-learning tools in my own work, and the need for full time Flash developers becomes much less than it used to be, it is nice to see that there are still avenues for Flash creativity.
Founded in 2006 and currently in a state of heavy development, Kongregate seeks to create the leading online hub for players and game developers to meet up, play games, and operate together as a community.
By wrapping user-submitted Flash games with various community features, Kongregate’s site serves as a unique way for users to play great web-based games alongside friends. Anyone can add their own games to Kongregate’s library in a process that’s fast and simple.
Kongregate operates with an understanding of how difficult it can be for talented game developers – from the aspiring gamesmith to the independent studio – to get the recognition and compensation that they deserve. That’s why Kongregate shares microtransaction and advertising revenue with contributing developers, who retain the full rights to their games.
Kongregate is currently looking for skilled Flash game developers and advertising partners. Interested parties can contact us at email@example.com